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. this was an unreal get there. bill: two very different bill: two very different reactions. john: wants to get the crowd trying to help him get some energy. bill: 1-1. bill: we talked about their meeting in the australian open. a lot of people felt that in the subtle way andy may have had a breakthrough, the way he came back in the final set. he was down 2-5 and hung in and was finally able to level the set before novak took it 7-5. it was a positive step for him and people sort of credited ivan lendl, his influence really showing up for the first time. time. 15-0. mary: even before lendl -- andy murray had a great group of people around, like djokovic, searching for every possible way to make him better. djokovic often talks about the team around his opponents. mary: his is good too. these guys are so thorough. such professionals. murray has always felt like working. he's always been a great student of the game. bill: fitness has been a key part of his growth as a player. he's added about 10 pounds of muscle. that body fault down to 7% or %. john: the only time he's lost a match from two sets
and singing around the place, and we used to call it something, and in my unreal mind, i thought i would like to be in the circus, in the traveling fanfares, as we call them. what do you call them? merry-go-rounds, and they have big wheels, and i looked at the accommodation, and it is small, i am not sure i can do that. it was too middle class. i need the possibility of us having a mortgage and a house and marriage and a family, so then i looked at the theater, and i got a job in canterbury with what they called an acting stage manager, and that meant you walked on in the evening and did little parts. and i did that for a few months, about six months, and i really liked it. i liked working at nights when most of the world is asleep or enjoying itself. i loved the smell is. i love the attitude of the people. so i decided to trade to be an actor. why did not train to be a stage manager, i do not know. i had no real desire to act, and i still do not. i like being part of a group that tells stories, whether it be in the theater or cinema, and i like creating imaginary worlds, rather as children d
was unreal. another rookie started. pretty good debut. the running back. in new orleans. he rushed for 94 yards on 28 carries. head coach says morris is his guide. at least for now. >> he is our starting running back.- running did a stunning job. a lot of people cannot make those runs. -- that does not mean i do not have a lot of belief and my other players. >> monday night football came to baltimore tonight. the ravens gave a rough welcome. a 34 yard strike for a touchdown. year, the ravens bring a talented defense. no exception this year. the throw and takes it for a touchdown. 644-point games in the nfl in week one. air blew the flushing meadows tonight for the man final in the u.s. tennis tournament. a thrilling five-set championship. --s player, all the questions about major comeback now answered. speculation he would couplestart in the next of weeks. l not do he could take a coaching job. >> interesting. ok. happy to they would be have him back. heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits th
on every block of district 11 and it seems unreal to me that we would actually be able to do that. in fact my office has worked for a number of years ever since i was been in office about how to deal with this seemingly im trackable problem of vehicles that are parked on our residential street that gets tagged and graffitis on a daily basis. it is a bliet to our neighborhood and it has been raised by people in my district and great work that the people have done in my district. but i don't see that we are going to apply signs in every block in my district to make this happen. i also have concerns that we are actually a big part of this legislation, is targeting people who are homeless or living in their cars, living in vehicles. and we don't understand the total impacts of that. so i know that we have legislation, or amendments that are addressing that issue. but i truly do believe that there are really great unintended consequences that are effecting very low-income people, people bho have no money whatsoever who are living in their homes because they have no choice. i feel uncomfortable
're saying this guy is crazy, sick, he's scary, unreal. he's 12 years old. >> what? >> he's small. >> this video we found on they have some pictures of him. he's already landed big time sponsors. burton, big names in the snowboard biz. they're saying this dude could be like the next shaun white. >> he does have the look going. >> he could be like the flying potato. >> i love this kid. >> he grow up in the mountains around snow? >> he's from colorado. he got started at 2 years old. he's 12. so he's got ten years of boarding under his belt. >> these kids are still pooping their pants. >> i think we'll be hearing a lot more about him in the future. >>> when i first saw this video, i thought, i've got to show this to steven and to nick. we've got the cat enthusiast and the man who questions cats. >> yeah. >> this is billy brown. this is his lovely cat rufus. adorable little cat. recently rufus had an ear infection. >> i put drops in every night after work. unfortunately it was very, very painful. he ran away from me when i got home and was hiding from me. >> he's lik
. this is unbelievable. his son started this company. >> they are like skittles. >> it's called unreal candy. they try to recreate the best-selling candies without corn syrup, artificial colors, favors and preservatives. they reduce the sugar by 40%. they are 40% less calories because of the sugar content. >> i had the peanut butter cups. they are amazing. >> prices range 89 cents to $1.29. it's called unreal candy. >> if you're looking for the most comfortable t-shirt, you guys, i love -- >> you wear this in the morning all the time. >> this is by a company called head rush. it's a little bit see-through. you can still wear a bra with it, but it looks cute. it cinches is. >> you're an egyptian goddess. >> they are pricey. they are 45 bucks. i washed this one. i've worn it. i wear it with jeans and converse. >> we are sick of it. >> what is it called? >> head rush. >> i love it. you look adorable. >> mine is an app for the iphone and ipad. i wanted to hold it up first because that is the icon. it's called flip board, a social magazine that aggregates everything from your news to facebook and twitter.
's empty chair speech by 2.1 million people, that's unreal. >> when you do a video of you talking about 47% by 2.3 million. >> that's unreal. and i think you hit on something very key here, which is when people watch that 47% video, they've been trying to get a sense, who is this man really? he's been all over the board. he was the moderate governor of massachusetts. now he's spouting these tea party talking points. who is he really? and when they saw that video, they said, ah, this is who is he at his core and we don't like it. >> well, krystal ball and dana milbank, thank you for your time and have a good weekend. be sure to check out krystal right here on "the cycle" here at 3:00 p.m. eastern. >>> the real voter in america is coming from the americans. a gop operative is being investigated for hundreds of cases of potential fraud, including registering dead people to vote as republicans. plus, weak tea. the tea party is down and out. does this mean the right will finally actually try to get something done? >>> and mitt romney's campaign is off course and sinking fast. and republicans ar
and clear it seemed unreal. when i heard the steps closer i closed my eyes and prayed to the gods. when i opened my eyes i heard breathing and feel the warmth of another body it was so close to me. i heard his voice call out. sachy, it's me matzu, let me help you. i thought i died and went to the other wonder. matzu? spilling up from the leaves like a wounded animal. i forgot everything even the shame of allowing him to see me. he began to laugh is that you or the fox cot. it was the first time he joked with me he had been so quiet. it wasn't the time for laughter i was tired and hungry if i had been the god i might have been made food and water appear. it was my good fortunate that matzu found me. i had been looking for you all night. are there others? i could barely get the words out. they think you have gone to a better world how do you find me. he smaled. he opened [inaudible] and took out a bottle of green tea. the tea tasted cold and bitter i had never been more aggressively for anything else in my life. he brought rice cakes and dried
have been unreal. good kid, and i think he will be a great player. >> fun to watch him. thank you, shu. that concludes another edition of abc7 news. i'm alan wang. abc7 news continues tomorrow at 4:30. for leigh and shu, thanks for watching. and don't forget our cool new alarm clock app on your iphone. download it for free from the app store and get all of the bay area news and headlines
11 days. >> wow. >> unreal. again, for tomorrow, clouds move in. then a stray lightning strike. we'll monitor that. >> very florida or arizona of us. >> exactly. >> thanks. >>> coming up, a startling look at the issues children with autism face at school. [ female announcer ] introducing yoplait greek 100. 100% new. ♪ 100% greek. 100% mmm... ♪ oh wow, that is mmm... ♪ in fact it's so mmm you might not believe it's a hundred calories. well ok then, new yoplait greek 100. it is so good. ♪ >>> a new study shows teens with autism are far more likely to be victims of school bullies. nearly half of students with an autism spectrum disorder have been victims of bullying versus 11% of kids in the general population. the study suggests schools should do more to focus anti-bullying campaigns toward the most vulnerable students. >>> when we return, an update on the chp officer shot. also an update on the 680 traffic condition. stay with us. >>> it has been a difficult day in terms of traffic for one aspect here on 680. our nbc chopper above the scene since the shooting this morning. l
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, that's unreal! this is where it gets wonderfully awkward. mitt romney and paul ryan are at a rally. the crowd is chanting for ryan and romney tries to get them to chant for him too. watch this. [ cheers and applause ] >> woi! that's quite a guy, isn't it? paul ryan that's something. wait a second romney/ryan! romney/ryan! there we go. all right. that's great. thank you. >> cenk: oh jesus, chanted that. that was awesomely awkward. let me give you one final piece of context. the candidate leading two or three weeks following the convention has gone on to win every modern presidential election every one of them over the last 15 presidential elections. we are two or three weeks from the last convention. in fact there is only 41 days left. that's it. you are not going to make up leads like that in ohio pennsylvania florida, states that you desperately need. barring a major miracle, not a game changer, not two game changers, maybe not even three game changers, barring a major miracle this thing is already over. everybody is going to tell you all of these things becaus
and businesses suffered major damage. many are calling a flood of on real. -- calling the flood of unreal. >> a cool morning and a comfortable 53. at 79 in the afternoon, that is average. the first time since june 3 that we have had an average high below 80 degrees. from here on out, all the normal highs are in the '70s or cooler as we head toward the fall. another gorgeous night tonight with high-pressure sending temperatures and to the low 60s downtown. a beautiful bit of the late summer weather. that frog will likely arrived sometime on friday evening and pushed the area, and hopefully clearing things out for the upcoming weekend. tomorrow, light winds at 5 to 10 miles an hour. we'll see that chance of a thunderstorm and sunny to partly cloudy with highs in the '70s. a better chance for showers on monday and tuesday. >> in going back to breaking news where there is a report of a shooting. let's go back to capt. right taylor above the scene there. >> we can tell you the baltimore city police have requested the crime lab to respond to this location to deal with the investigation. they're
. unreal, jim. thank you. >>> and from a startling warning to a surprise apology now and a rare one from apple tonight, after that snag in millions of those brand new iphones. here's abc's bianna golodryga. >> reporter: it was a world class apology from the world's richest company. "we are extremely sorry for the frustration this has caused our custom customers," apple ceo tim cook said of the new iphone's map problems. >> and the other day, i was in staten island, when i really wasn't. >> reporter: other customer complaints? a dramatic new drop at the hoover dam. a bridge moving to the middle of new orleans. a huge chunk of portland, oregon, apple's map now covers with a park. >> on a scale of 1 to 10, how bad is this? i'd say about a 9. >> reporter: apple replaced the popular google maps app with its own service, as the companies became rivals in the phone market. and it's not apple's first problem. >> we're not prefect. >> reporter: back in 2010, a defiant steve jobs waited weeks before acknowledging an antenna problem in the iphone 4. >> then, there are some customers who are having
later, it just seems unreal still. of silencea moment at 9:37. the entire ceremony lasted just minutes. a far more toned down ceremony on the 10thar anniversary. >> thank you. in new york city, the ceremony ground zero is different this year. time, families instead of politicians read the killed in the d trade center. a moment of silence was held with towers once stood. hundreds of people visited the d trade center memorial to their respects to loved ones and strangers. united flight 93 crashed into the open field. a moment of silence was held ofre followed by readings the victims' names followed by bell tolls for each of the person killed on that flight. >> no matter how you spend the day, you will remember where you were when the planes hit the towers and pentagon and the in shanks bill. >> if you remember, it was a day, blue skies just like today. was a tuesday, just like today. people had just gotten to work, the kids were in school, and changed forever. virtually everyone remembers what they were and were doing 11 years ago today. r and as fixing my hai plane had announced a trade
and into the street. one of the victims said it was all so unreal. >> like a movie, you know what i mean? just all calm and surreal for a second, and you start thinking about your personal things, your pictures and things you have and that are lost. i think about the degree and if it is wet. things that pop-up during the process. >> the fire began in a residential building, then spread to a frame house and then to a bring building. no are reports of anyone being injured. >> chicago police are crediting a good samaritan for helping a girl out of rough wauters near loyola park beach. an unidentify man was walking his dog around 7:00 this morning when he saw the 17-year-old girl was overcome by large waves. areas came to the aid of a 17-year-old boy. the waves were very strong this morning. both were taken to st. francis hospital in evans ton. both in god kfing. >> a special mass was celebrated by the ailing cardinal george today, marking the 125th anniversary of the st. joseph parish. cardinal george was joined by bishop albert oath rojas at the service.
there is evidence of that person's innocence. i think that fact helps to explain the unreal numbers that the government has been issuing to us for months and years. it is a fact that ought to cause us significant concern as citizens of the united states and as people who are concerned about what the most powerful government in the world is doing. >> you concluded in the report people who defend drone strikes do so on the basis that they get high-value target with minimal civilian casualties. but you also conclude in the report that u.s. strikes have facilitated recruitment to non- armed groups and motivated further violence attacks. can you elaborate on that? >> first of all, the strikes are extraordinarily unpopular in pakistan ending polling shows some 75% consider the united states and enemy. the drum tracks had increased resentment toward this government -- the drone strikes have increased resentment toward this government been been a number of people said they wanted revenge, that their family members were killed, that there would be blood for blood, and it made them extremely
questions? >> obviously people in san francisco seems unreal between a cult leader that was very influential in local politics that led a massive cheer and asked them digamma to having a politician murdered, two other politicians. those kind of elements. so when terms are when you were writing this book will look at the kinds of things he tried to think about in terms of making it accessible to the rest of the country that might not be familiar with how much craziness in san francisco, but also making them understand how great of a city it is. >> yeah, it was tough. that's why the book is divided into three parts. the enchantment is the first part of the 60s, starting with the summer of love and terror, the middle section of the book was san francisco does fall into this very dark. come as you say, zebra and zodiac murders, the kidnapping of patty hearst, jim jones and peoples temple and how jim jones inserted himself into the liberal power structure in this town and really compromised figures of the city like harvey milk and mayor moscone and the assassinations. one thing after the next. bu
would have been all over him. >> the expectations would have been unreal. good kid, and i think he will be a great player. >> fun to watch him. thank you, shu. that concludes another edition of abc7 news. i'm alan wang.abc7 news abc7 news continues tomorrow at 4:30. for leigh and shu, thanks for watching. and don't forget our cool new alarm clock app on your iphone. download it for free from the app store and get all of the bay area news and headlines
to take loss after loss and they are unrealized. that doesn't make them into gainers. losses are losses. real live or otherwise. the notion of being in something for the long-term doesn't justify owning damaged goods. in the misguided hope they will recover is damaged goods. the idea behind buy and hold is once you purchase the stock, you just wait. i never liked waiting and it happens to be a terrible strategy. you keep track of your investments and you have to keep track of that time consuming homework. it's not that hard. it's what i tell you about. the quarterly reports, you have to listen to the reading transcripts and faster sometimes. it used to be available in the millions of commissions. yahoo finance has everything. they don't got it. it's worth the reading. it's your money. invest the game. they act like investing for the long-term means you have a license not to pay attention. i can buy a stock and that allows me not to do homework. the moment you stop is the moment you start losing money. that's why people under perform. you will never recover until you engaged with your po
? it has had 25 missions, 299 days in space and circled the earth 4671 times. unreal. as for tomorrow morning, we'll start with 40s into the north bay and daytime highs should top out. even a little warmer. 84 in morgan hill. 74 in palo alto. mid 80 for the east bay. definitely one of the warmest days of the week. 69 in san francisco. 84 in santa rosa. the three-day forecast has numbers eventually dropping by sunday for the first full day of fall. no rainfall. we could get some coastal drizzle and also a few areas of fog as we head throughout sunday. again, it looks like that storm system will be moving over sunday will be on the drier side. and it looks pretty good as we head throughout next week. i'm all jazzed up about the "endeavour" forecast and jeff grew up in florida. you saw it take off for the very first time. >> several times. it climbed of gives me goose bumps. i'm a science geek. >> we know where we'll be tomorrow morning. let's get to sports. >>> this is supposed to be a torturous month of a close playoff chase. >> that's how it usually is every year. there's a country cl
herself as helen burgess and gave a fake phone number and address. >> it seemed unreal that somebody would do that. i didn't think there were people out there that would do such a horrible thick. >> the office was planning to take the money to a bank next week, now they hope to generate more denations. >>> shell oil says it will complete the cleanup of a toxic leak on oakland property that sold to a developer that went bankrupt. the people living there have complained about the strong smell of petroleum for years. now they can see the booms used to contain oil spills. >>> san francisco barely escaped a top ten list no city wants to be part of. readers of travel and leisure magazine ranked san francisco as the 11th dirtiest city in the country. now new york city was named the dirtiest city after ranking fifth on the list last year. new orleans second. baltimore, los angeles, and atlanta rounding out the top five. >>> 5:56. how is your list for our commute look something >> we do have a couple items on it. we do have traffic that is moving well in the south bay on northbound 280 getting up t
there catapulted through a wind shield . he appears to walk away unharmed. >> that is unreal. that's him walking away. looking saying oh, my what happened. >> it is
unharmed. >> that is unreal. that's him walking away. looking and saying oh, my what happened. >> it ise
to ostensibly identify non-citizens registered to vote. rep. john lewis: it is unreal, it is unbelievable, that at this time in our history, 47 years after the voting rights act was passed and signed into law, that we're trying to go backward. i think there is a systematic, deliberate attempt on the part of so many of these states-not just florida, but it's all across the country, it's not just southern states-to keep people from participating. i think there is an attempt to steal this election before it even takes place, to make it hard, to make it difficult for our seniors, for our students, for minorities, for the disabled to participate in the democratic process. it's not right, it's not fair, and it's not just. amy goodman: why do these voter purges actually target the groups you've just talked about? how do they target them? maybe you can explain what you were so pivotal in having passed, the voting rights act of 1965? rep. john lewis: well, i think there's this make-believe that if we do not purge, if we do not weed out some of these people, they're going to come out and vote, and
. and you see a parallel with these voter suppression laws. >> it is unreal to see what the republicans are trying to do all across america. it's not just in the south, but even in pennsylvania, in ohio, in indiana, in so many other places, they're trying to take us back to another period, and too many people have suffered, bled and died for the right to vote. i tried to suggest tonight to vote is precious, almost sacred. they want to take us back to another period and we don't want to go back. >> you are such an important symbol, a living symbol of what happened. do you think the people have forgotten the struggles for the vote? >> i think we have to remind people over and over again, especially young people. young voters, what it was like for people, for minorities, people stood in those lines, some people were beaten, some people were murdered. i will never forget the three young men in mississippi, they died by trying to encourage other people to become registered, and it would be an affront for what they died for and for all the other people who struggled for us to keep people toda
was an image of america that many people would find unreal. never mind about the lies and the truth of it, for a start, they don't want to talk at all about the crisis that this president inherited. they say, you can't talk about that. it's a bit like saying if you're president bush, you can't talk about 9/11. the crisis was real, he turned around a situation of losing nearly a million jobs a growth to a situation where we're growing, all be it, not enough, but still, it's a turn around. isn't turn around what they want? it was a strange world view they wurp presenting. >> yes. >> on the lie meter alone, van, the convention was truly off the charts, into double figures easily. is there some calculation this will work with the public when there are so many news outlets pushing back on the lies? how is it going to work? >> i think we have to start off, this is a shameful, shame fful w point for the republican party to fall. think about the john mccain convention where john mccain talked about global warming. came out as a climate champion, a climate hawk, and the only mention of global warm
, here we are with this unreal piece of legislation. chris, the supreme court this week sent that law, which was challenged, back down to the commonwealth court with specific instructio instructions. the government could not articulate in front of the supreme court how they with any specificity would be able to comply with the requirement that those without i.d. could get it. the story you just shared with your viewers is the type of story we're looking for to take to the commonwealth court next week. the government could not articulate to the supreme court this week how they were able to do it. i don't see how next week with that type of evidence coming in that they're going to be able to be effective in front of the commonwealth. we still have it work hard which we're doing to make sure every voter who needs identification will have it by november 6th. >> i'd just like to try to get my birth certificate from south carolina if i came up to get away from jim crow in the '50s. i'm living in philadelphia and they say go back to south carolina and get your birth certificate. last word, r
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